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Shafiq: In order to optimally manage patients’ angina, physicians must first accurately elicit the presence and frequency of patients’ angina. Additional risk markers, such as microalbuminuria and hsCRP, may be helpful to establish LDL-C targets. You don't have to become a super athlete, but your body needs to move. Whole-milk dairy products such as butter, cheese, milk, cream and ice cream all contain high amounts of saturated fat. Muscular dystrophy causes the muscles in the body to become very weak.

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